People are meant to live up to our expectations, they are supposed to do what we want and we’re desperately disappointed if they don’t. We worry about what others think. We try and make something that’s clearly not working, work, or we run away too soon. We react to past hurts and project them onto the world of the present.
The Personality Self Tries to Keep What We Know However Painful
The perspective of our human ‘earthly’ life is about dealing with externals. We rarely concern ourselves in our physical life with the inner thought consciousness of the person, half as much as we do with their external manifestation. Even though it’s our internal perceptions that distinguish the success of a relationship, whether that be a personal one, family and friendships, we rarely even notice. We’re fixated with the external results of what someone will or won’t do to ‘please’ us.
This is the notion of the personality self. It will do whatever it can to keep things the same and within the patterns it already knows. Those patterns are determined by our social or family setting. We as sensitives see them more clearly than most. This is why we become very keen to evolve through repeating behaviours, to a new set beyond.
On the Spiritual Plane We Deal With the Internals
The spiritual plane is a level of consciousness that allows things to be seen from the full perspective. The ‘control desires’ and panic of the personality self is not present when we see ourselves from the spiritual energy perspective. This is because from the spiritual plane we deal with internals. When acting from the personality, we only see the externals. Co-dependency is an external manifestation and projection that doesn’t have its spiritual union with its own consciousness, hence the reason it is co-dependent (external) and not the whole (internal).
When this happens we feed a delusive theory of happiness, based around a one sided affection. The one-sided affection is what we project onto an individual, in the illusion there behaviour changes will MAKE us happy. The truth is it doesn’t last. The happiness doesn’t seem to ‘stay’. Why? It is away from spiritual truth, it is an idea of self-centred aspirations based on an earthly emotion, keeping us endlessly searching for the ‘heavenly’ complete fruition of that emotion.
What will truly make the personality happy is the journey towards the self from the spiritual plane.
It is at the point of the internal world developing from the perspective of the spiritual plane you can see truth. That ‘truth’ is unafraid of emotion, experience, and the true depth of relationships…
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